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Welcome one and all to the Caliphate of Al-Shirkuh, a land where the Faithful have found paradise! For just a handful of lowly coins this marvelous 80-page guide book will detail the many delights of our great cities, introduce you to many illustrious persons, and explore our enlightened and benevolent culture! Within these pages you will find stories of danger and glory, learn about those who honor the gods, and find fuel enough for any imagination! This great and wondrous tome is divided into three section for your reading pleasure.

Introduction 
This 14 page section covers general information concerning the Caliphate and its people. Inside you’ll find details on Social Hierarchy, Education, Religion, Military, Law & Order, Trade & Tribute, Major Locales , and Persons of Note.

The Cities 
Each of the eight great cities receives 8 dedicated pages. We cover the same topics above, but with a specific focus on how they apply with each city. Hundreds of new locations provide you with plenty of places to visit, explore, and shop! Will you browse the Little Shop of Horus or dine at Meet for Meat? Have you what it takes to enroll in the University of Healing and Herbalism? Or will you visit the Tower of Stars and gaze deep into the heavens?

The Brotherhood of Unfortunate Souls 
This two page section expands the material on the Brotherhood of Unfortunate Souls, with information for GMs and players alike!

Sidebars 
But there is yet more, oh wise and sublime friend of merchants! The author has provided further information through the use of sidebars! Here are such thing as the hierarchy of the temples, the cost of funerals, how to flatter people, punishments for criminal acts, religious wares, new herbal remedies, new Edges, and different types of coffee and tabac for those with discerning tastes.

Available to download now from the TAG online bazaar!

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